Besides enjoying classes at Suffolk, information systems majors are required to complete internships. Many of these internships turn into part-time or full-time employment opportunities. Here's what some of our students have to say about their experiences.

Jimmy Nguyen

Technical Support Specialist at Racepoint Global

"At my current job, I am responsible for providing all levels of support for various applications, desktop/laptop computers, network issues, network accounts, and email administration. I also assist in asset management for developing long-term strategy for budgeting and capacity planning. My favorite part of the job is building a database that contains the information of all technology assets—both foreign and domestic."

Evan Mc-Cullough

Federal Reserve

One of the most important lessons I've learned from the Federal Reserve is time management. I'm working in a fast-paced group that is involved with almost all departments in the bank, and we are constantly being given work that can be time sensitive. If you are not flexible, things start to fall behind, and your work starts to suffer.I have come up with a system that helps me organize my work in order for me to work quickly and efficiently."